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Flashdance – 40th Anniversary Edition (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

Three years ago, Paramount Presents released an upgraded edition of 1983’s Flashdance with a brand new transfer. Upon reviewing that edition, the film shot up in my esteem by plenty of notches. The film isn’t just a flash in the pan 80s nostalgia dish, it serves as sort of that decade’s Saturday Night Fever from […]


Dirty Dancing – 35th Anniversary Edition (4K UHD Blu-ray Review)

A staple of the Lionsgate home video catalog has been Dirty Dancing releases. Though it be DVD, Blu-ray or 4K Ultra-HD Blu-ray, this is one of the titles they’ll repackage discs countlessly. Last year, it debuted on 4K Ultra-HD Blu-ray in a limited edition steelbook, exclusive to Best Buy. Well, now it will be consumable […]


Flashdance – Paramount Presents (Blu-ray Review)

Paramount Presents debuted last month with three classic titles and the results for this reviewer were a bit mixed, with one title I recommended the old version over it. Nonetheless, the biggest gripe is the removal of available bonus features from these new “definitive editions”. The line continues in May with releases of 1983’s Flashdance […]


Forgotten Friday Flick – “Runaway”

With the lack of big budget quality hitting the cinemas this week, wanted to positively counteract its seemingly DOA status with a old school good guys and bad guys past picture notable to provide some needed movie pleasure – welcome to Forgotten Friday Flick!  Today’s tale mixes old school police investigations with a distinctive techno angle […]


Dirty Dancing – 30th Anniversary Edition (Blu-ray Review)

In Lionsgate’s vault, as with any other studio, there are some titles that just do good business for them.  Lionsgate, of course inherited the Artisan library and Vestron Pictures one when it was in its infancy.  Dirty Dancing is one of their staples on the home video market and with the 30th anniversary of the […]


Forgotten Friday Flick – “Staying Alive”

At long lingering last this column reaches the end of a month long movie shaming festival for yours truly and I’m finishing the guilty pleasure series with a film that truly defies all normal entertaining cinematic comprehension – welcome to Forgotten Friday Flick!  This Boxing Day it’s me gloves to gloves against everyone as I […]